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Meaning of EventTypes value in the AlertHistory table

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Created by Flavio Porfirio Correia, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Updated June 15, 2016

Overview

This article provides information about the EventTypes value for the alert status.

Environment

All versions of NPM

Detail

On AlertHistory table, you can find the alert information below according to the values on the EventType:

 

AlertHistory.EventType values:


  Triggered = 0,
  Reset = 1,
  Acknowledged = 2,
  Note = 3,
  AddedToIncident = 4,
  ActionFailed = 5,
  ActionSucceeded = 6,
  Unacknowledge = 7,
  Cleared = 8

 

 

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